Basics & Essentials for Home Decor

Tips and Must-Haves for Interior Home Design

No matter what industry, expertise, or pastime, there’s always a way to get started on your passion! It’s never too late to get the knack of how to do them. With time and effort, you can even become an expert!

Home décor and interior decoration, of course, is not an exception. Here, you’ll find a summary of the basics, tips and tricks, and must-haves for home design. Coupled with helpful advice from [city]’s specialists on home improvement and interior design, you’ll learn the ropes it in no time.

In this blog article, we take a look at the basic principles of interior design. We cover the important elements you need to know to refurbish your room – and even your entire house! Whatever your questions are, we’re here to help you start on your home improvement project.

Soon, you’ll be able to redesign and refashion your place into the home you’ve always imagined!

Interested in taking a formal course on home improvement? Want to get accredited as an expert on everything in the field? Look into these organizations that offer programs in home redecoration and interior design:

 

Home Improvement Experts (www.hiexperts.com)

Penn Foster Career School (www.pennfoster.edu)

Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education (www.instituteforapprenticeships.org)

Best Improvement (www.bestimprovementqc.com)

Fundamental Tips & Tricks to Interior Design.

We’ve put together a lineup of advice and ideas from [city]’s top professionals on interior design. With this, we give you a simple how-to manual on home decoration. This includes factors like the composition of a room, color theory, ratio and proportions.

This section will help you get to know how to use these simple theories in design for your home project. Once you learn these, you can make the most of your space and revamp your home – exactly as you like it! You’ll be able to truly make your home your own.

Color Theory.

As it turns out, those long lectures from your art teacher are helpful! Color theory gives you a specially keen eye for design and style. This is excellent for home improvement projects.

Let’s brush up on art lessons and review the kinds of color schemes:

Monochromatic – Varied shades and hues of one color. Excellent for clean style and playing it safe.

Analogous – Colors beside one another on the color wheel. Commonly groups of “cool” or “warm colors” Produces a low-key yet pleasing look.

Complementary – Contrasting hues opposite each other on the color wheel. Perfect for those who want to make bold choices.

Triadic – Three colors in equal distance of one another on the color wheel. Generally a mix of deeper and softer hues. Creates a charming, harmonious effect.

You can use these colors to personalize each room in your house! Of course, this depends on whether you have an open or carpet floors.  Make note of the use of neutrals and complementing shades to balance out pops of color. This will help keep a feel of rhythm and balance through your home.

You can also think about having clear partitions between the rooms in your house. This allows you to explore a bit more with your color scheme. It also lets each family member personalize their bedrooms without clashing with the entire house.

Geometric Principles

 

This is the most basic principle of design that you could use in any project. But it’s all the more useful for home remodeling projects.

Geometric principles keep a sense of unity and harmony in each room and your home as a whole. Here are the three general principles you can use in your home design:

Symmetrical – Traditional kind of balance. Ensures harmony with sizes and shapes. Ideal for those starting out with the design.

 

Asymmetrical – Informal kind of balance. Gives you free rein over design. Great for those who want to try out new things and experiment.

Radial – Center-oriented balance. Creates a focal point in a space. Great for those who want a clean and simple look.

Finally, make sure to set items symmetrical to surrounding objects. It’s also important to examine if they’re in scale with the size of your room or area.

The bottom line is to maintain a good rhythm in the placement of your furniture and décor. Keep this in accordance with the structure of your room and house.

Making a Design Board

 

We’ve gone over the key theories you need to plan out a new design and layout to enhance your house. So what now? How do we apply these concepts to refurnishing your home from scratch?

Experts suggest creating a design board before going to buy anything. Particularly before you hire contractors or architects to refurbish your home!

We strongly recommend you start by visualizing your home on aboard. It’s not only cheaper and less tiring in the long run. You’ll also see your tastes in rooms and furniture more distinctly when put together. Plus, you can mix and match the style and motif of your home or with flowers! Even magazine cutouts or printouts from online ads will help. Every detail matters when you put it all together to spruce up your home!

Here is a quick list of things you should pin on separate boards to visualize your home. This is the most effective way to get started on refurbishing your home. Grab your markers and pins and install your drawing boards, because we’re about to make your dream home come to life!

Composition & Layout in Rooms & Spaces

 

Here, you can place on sample layout you’ve seen on the web or in magazines. If you have the space for it, you could even break it down into the different rooms in the house. This way, you can visualize each area more with precise details and adapt as you go along.

Structure Design & Arrangement for Furniture & Fixtures

Don’t worry if you don’t have someone on call to give you suggestions on the design and structure of your interior décor. Go on and do your research on famous DIY and home remodeling blogs, and take ideas from them. Choose any type of design and structure for your home furniture or fixtures that catches your eye. This includes shelves, tables, chairs, kitchen counters, office desks, bed frames, and shower cubicles. Put them all together on your board.

Placement of Interior Décor

Now you’ve decided on the theme and layout of your furnishings and fixtures. Next, you have to think about the specific arrangement of the décor you want to have for your home. This includes potted plants, artworks, figurines, posters of your favorite movie stars, and more. Every little detail counts, and makes your home a little more your own!